From London to Guatemala, This Hotel Group Gives Back

Meg James | Founder of Go and Do Good®
Good Group

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Go: Imagine a floating hotel room with waterfront views every morning out of your rooftop terrace in London; that’s exactly what Good Hotel™ London offers its guests!

The hotel is located in the historical Royal Victoria Docks in London, on the river Thames, which offers a pure and minimalistic approach to tourists.

After originating in Amsterdam for its opening year, this Good Hotel™ relocated to Royal Victoria Docks and will call it home for five years.

The hotel offers several dining option from a continental breakfast buffet for guests and afternoon into evening dining at The Roof, an open area space overlooking the river Thames and city of London. These communal tables are cozy and inviting and are great to kick back and dine with other travelers or to enjoy some local brews with your spouse.

With two additional locations in Guatemala, Good Group is doing so much good for locals around the world! To learn more about their Central America location, head here: Antigua Good Hotel™.

And Do Good: Good Hotel™ London is giving back by putting long-term unemployed locals through their own Good Training Program, thus giving them a valuable education in hospitality, and hiring them in their hotels.

For every booking made on their website, Good Group donates 5GBP to go toward helping underprivileged children in Guatemala. They donate through their partner organization, Niños de Guatemala, which has now built three schools in Guatemala.

One night spent in this Good Hotel™ gives a child in Guatemala one week of schooling.

To book your stay at Good Hotel™ London and to Go and Do Good™, book directly at:

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